The day before his kidney transplant at Cincinnati Children's Hospital in November, Ben Pratt, 3, was all smiles as he visited with Beth Warren, who donated one of her kidneys to Ben. Warren is a neonatal intensive-care nurse at Kentucky Children's Hospital who helped care for the Perry County boy after he was born in 2009.
The day before his kidney transplant at Cincinnati Children's Hospital in November, Ben Pratt, 3, was all smiles as he visited with Beth Warren, who donated one of her kidneys to Ben. Warren is a neonatal intensive-care nurse at Kentucky Children's Hospital who helped care for the Perry County boy after he was born in 2009. Photo provided
The day before his kidney transplant at Cincinnati Children's Hospital in November, Ben Pratt, 3, was all smiles as he visited with Beth Warren, who donated one of her kidneys to Ben. Warren is a neonatal intensive-care nurse at Kentucky Children's Hospital who helped care for the Perry County boy after he was born in 2009. Photo provided

Kentucky Children's Hospital nurse donates kidney to 3-year-old patient

December 24, 2012 01:28 PM

UPDATED December 24, 2012 04:52 PM

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